Arthur Andersen has been short-listed for a multimillion pound contract to run schools in Islington, London. The firm is heading a consortium that has made it to the last four of the competition to take over the running of the council’s education service. The service is being offered to private bidders following a damning report by education watchdog Ofsted.
New BDO managing partner Paul Eagland reflects with Accountancy Age on which historical figure he would like to seek advice from - and what they would advise
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A finance assistant at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust (UHCW) is celebrating after being named the top in the world ... read more
Leaders in professional services such as accountancy require a particular skillset. Chief executives in such roles must be able to build consensus for strategic change with a range of client-facing partners, while retaining a lucid focus on service delivery